Awakening: The Goblin Kingdom Collectors Edition

After overcoming the Dreamless Castle and Moonfell Wood, you have come to the rugged, mountainous snow-peaked Goblin Kingdom. Princess Sophia, the only human seen in over a century in this part of the world, seeks answers from its wise King about the fate of the rest of her people. But dark portents await: things are not well in the Kingdom, and dark shadows lurk waiting to trap the unwitting Princess in Awakening: The Goblin Kingdom! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:


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Date published: Rated 5 out Collcetors 5 by AbundantAthena from Absolutely worth it The collector's edition was an amazing and fantastic adventure! Play to find out why There Sweet Lily Dreams: Chapter III very few hidden object areas, but a ton of mini-games. Until next time, happy gaming! And its such a fun game, Mary le Chef: Cooking Passion Collectors Edition have to give the minis a pass in that area! I was also afraid she'd turn it into something right out of Number Twelve Grimmauld Place you need to be a Harry Potter fan to understand that. Either way, it's a must buy. Loads of fun! I really have no idea if this was the last game or if there is yet another to come in the series. The animation is beautiful, and the entire game is just a work of art! No map, a myriad of puzzles and things to do and actually there were more minigames than HOS but that was fine by me. I just played the third installment in the Awakening series by developer Boom Zap. The Goblin Kingdom is not as pretty as Moonfell Wood, but the graphics are still very nice to look at. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lolfishlolcat from Wow! My one disappointment was that the Dragon only had one ability and Collectrs abilities were only used a handful of times.

I don't know how the girl does not get depressed. I'm talking slightly dark stuff. You enter the Goblin Kingdom in search for more answers to where the humans have gone too. Loads of fun! The narration by the princess was wonderful, and the rest of the communication was via text. No map, a myriad of puzzles and things to do and actually there were more minigames than HOS but that was fine by me. My one disappointment was that the Dragon only had one ability and his abilities were only used a handful of times. Her prat of a brother oh dear me, I'm starting sound like her too! Either way, it's a must buy. You have a new companion, Ran, an anthropoglot pronounced an-thrawp-o-glawt owl - or an animal that can talk like a human - who gives you your hints since your fairy friend went back home in the last game. The animation is beautiful, and the entire game is just a work of art! NIce graphics, storyline, music, and gameplay. I adore your gorgeus graphics. The hidden object areas were also fairly easy. I was also afraid she'd turn it into something right out of Number Twelve Grimmauld Place you need to be a Harry Potter fan to understand that.

My favorite Awakenings game so far! This is the third installment and you can tell they've learned a lot from the other games. I'm talking slightly dark stuff. The puzzles are fairly easy, and when you finish, you will want to play the rest of the series of awakening as I did. The Drugstore Mania edition has some extras which include the soundtrack, wallpaper, concept art, Collecctors scenes, and tangram puzzles. Interesting plot. More Awakening Articles. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Awakejing: from A highly recommended part of the series I have to play all of this one. I adore your gorgeus graphics. The hidden object areas were also fairly easy.


The hand drawn scenes are absolutely stunning, as always. You enter the Goblin Kingdom in search for more answers to where the humans have gone too. I really enjoy this game from beginning 'til the end. Not too hard, but the mini-games were sometimes too hard and tedious and a little too many of them. You really get your money's worth in this game. Date published: This is a great game, and will surely keep you entertained. I adore your gorgeus graphics. Great story and graphics, and nice job on the creatures. You have a new companion, Ran, an anthropoglot pronounced an-thrawp-o-glawt owl - or an animal that can talk like a human - who gives you your hints since your fairy friend went back home in the last game. Playing any game on the hardest mode seems to me, a given I expected no less, of course. My favorite Awakenings game so far!

Date published: Play to find out why There were very few hidden object areas, but a ton of mini-games. The hand drawn scenes are absolutely stunning, as always. I bought the CE and I'm at the epilogue of this game and I must write that this game is cute, yes, with its goblins and lil animals here n' there, pocket dragon and the hint owl, which I didn't really need, but there is a journal and you have goals to reach. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Gameritis50 from A highly recommended part of the series My one disappointment was that the Dragon only had one ability and his abilities were only used a handful of times. I really don't want to have to paint the entire house when we leave it, not to mention how we'll explain her room to the landlord. Until next time, happy gaming! This will be one of the great ones!!!! Enough about me, let's get back to the game. On that note

Playing any game on the hardest mode seems to me, a given Date published: My only complaint is the screens took a hair longer to load than I think they should have. This is a great game, and will surely keep you entertained. It seems that nearly everything you did was a mini-game. You enter the Goblin Kingdom in search for more answers to where the humans have gone too. I'm talking slightly dark stuff. I really don't want to have to paint the entire house when we leave it, not to mention how we'll explain her room to the landlord. I expected no less, of course. Also all of this series is one of my favorite games I ever played! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sapoe from memorable for me! My favorite Awakenings game so far! Loads of fun!

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  1. However, if you have not played them, there are two others in this series you need to play first. This is a great game, and will surely keep you entertained. I just played the third installment in the Awakening series by developer Boom Zap. I'm not talking pretty, fantasy, girly stuff.

  2. The puzzles are fairly easy, and when you finish, you will want to play the rest of the series of awakening as I did. Enough about me, let's get back to the game. Interesting plot. I really enjoy this game from beginning 'til the end.

  3. The Goblin Kingdom is not as pretty as Moonfell Wood, but the graphics are still very nice to look at. The narration by the princess was wonderful, and the rest of the communication was via text. Playing any game on the hardest mode seems to me, a given

  4. I was also afraid she'd turn it into something right out of Number Twelve Grimmauld Place you need to be a Harry Potter fan to understand that. I don't know how the girl does not get depressed. I really have no idea if this was the last game or if there is yet another to come in the series. However, if you have not played them, there are two others in this series you need to play first.

  5. You have a new companion, Ran, an anthropoglot pronounced an-thrawp-o-glawt owl - or an animal that can talk like a human - who gives you your hints since your fairy friend went back home in the last game. Lots of different types of puzzles. The artwork was beautiful, cartoonish-like, but lovely, nonetheless. I'm talking slightly dark stuff. My only complaint is the screens took a hair longer to load than I think they should have.

  6. I recommend it. My one disappointment was that the Dragon only had one ability and his abilities were only used a handful of times. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by dawnhiser from Wow I have only tried the trial version, but I am on my way to go buy it!!! NIce graphics, storyline, music, and gameplay.

  7. And its such a fun game, I have to give the minis a pass in that area! The guide was written for those of you who are patiently awaiting the regular version of the game. You have a new companion, Ran, an anthropoglot pronounced an-thrawp-o-glawt owl - or an animal that can talk like a human - who gives you your hints since your fairy friend went back home in the last game. Also all of this series is one of my favorite games I ever played! I was also afraid she'd turn it into something right out of Number Twelve Grimmauld Place you need to be a Harry Potter fan to understand that.

  8. Great game for kids or adults! You have a new companion, Ran, an anthropoglot pronounced an-thrawp-o-glawt owl - or an animal that can talk like a human - who gives you your hints since your fairy friend went back home in the last game. You really get your money's worth in this game.

  9. Thank you Boomzap for making this beautiful yet amazing game! My one disappointment was that the Dragon only had one ability and his abilities were only used a handful of times. No map, a myriad of puzzles and things to do and actually there were more minigames than HOS but that was fine by me. Enough about me, let's get back to the game. Not too hard, but the mini-games were sometimes too hard and tedious and a little too many of them.

  10. NIce graphics, storyline, music, and gameplay. Thank you Boomzap for making this beautiful yet amazing game! Speaking of hand drawn, Lucy is painting murals all over her bedroom walls. The artwork was beautiful, cartoonish-like, but lovely, nonetheless. My only complaint is the screens took a hair longer to load than I think they should have.

  11. I bought the CE and I'm at the epilogue of this game and I must write that this game is cute, yes, with its goblins and lil animals here n' there, pocket dragon and the hint owl, which I didn't really need, but there is a journal and you have goals to reach. The Goblin Kingdom is not as pretty as Moonfell Wood, but the graphics are still very nice to look at. Either way, it's a must buy. You have a new companion, Ran, an anthropoglot pronounced an-thrawp-o-glawt owl - or an animal that can talk like a human - who gives you your hints since your fairy friend went back home in the last game.

  12. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Italia47 from Enchanting fairy tale in fantasy land! And its such a fun game, I have to give the minis a pass in that area! Date published: Good job, dev. The game seemed longer than usual, but had an abrupt end.

  13. I was also afraid she'd turn it into something right out of Number Twelve Grimmauld Place you need to be a Harry Potter fan to understand that. As much as I love VOS, sometimes, they're long and drawn-out or overacted at times. My favorite Awakenings game so far!

  14. I cannot get over the brilliance of this game! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Italia47 from Enchanting fairy tale in fantasy land! Rated 5 out of 5 by jivins11 from This series is getting better and better!

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